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Category Archives: Reunions

Bach to square one: Sebastian says Skid Row reunion talks have broken down

Posted by on December 20, 2016

Many a hair metal fan got pretty excited a few weeks back when Sebastian Bach, while promoting his new book 18 and Life on Skid Row, said that his and Skid Row’s management had been talking about a potential reunion. While it’s been 20 years since Bach sang for Skid Row, the band were at the height of […]

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New EP coming from Anthrax/Every Time I Die/Volbeat/Fall Out Boy supergroup The Damned Things

Posted by on December 14, 2016

Remember The Damned Things? Signed to Island Records, the band was a disparate mix of the bands that comprised it. Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley pretty much kept things melodic, and was backed by Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and Volbeat guitarist Rob Caggiano, who was in Anthrax at the tme, as well as […]

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Lamb of God’s Chris Adler is in a reunited… Nitro?

Posted by on November 30, 2016

Remember Nitro? The ’80s glam metal band was known for two things (aside from big hair): Jim Gilette’s piercingly high vocals and Michael Angelo Batio’s shredding and quad necked guitar. In fact, long after the band broke up in 1993, you could still see ads for Gilette’s “metal power” voice lesson ads in the back of […]

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Michael Kiske, Kai Hansen to rejoin Helloween for 2017 tour

Posted by on November 14, 2016

If you’ve been a Helloween fan for years now, you’ve probably got a place in your heart for the late ’80s version of the band. Their sophomore and third albums, Keeper of the Seven Keys: Part I and Part II, were where the band honed their power metal chops, and “I Want Out” from Part II was a hit […]

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More Misfits in the future?

Posted by on September 6, 2016

According to all reports, especially Rolling Stone‘s, the reunion of Glenn Danzig with Jerry Only and Doyle von Frankenstein as The Original Misfits was a joyous affair. Video footage shows thousands of punks singing with just as much abandon as the band, and everyone onstage seeing to have perhaps an even better time than those in the […]

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